OCP Secretariat Calls for Extensive Dialogue Between the Church of Thozhiyoor and the Indian Orthodox Malankara Church 

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on July 22, 2016

in Featured News, News, OCP Society News

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His Beatitude Abune Mar Baselios Cyril I - Metropolitan- Primate of the Malabar Independent Syrian Church (Thozhiyur Church).

His Beatitude Abune Mar Baselios Cyril I – Metropolitan- Primate of the Malabar Independent Syrian Church (Thozhiyur Church).

OCP News Service- 22/7/16

Read More on the Church of Thozhiyoor
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malabar_Independent_Syrian_Church

Kerala-India: His Beatitude Abune Mor Baselius Cyril-Metropolitan Primate of the Malabar Independent Syrian Church (Church of Thozhiyur – A Former Church in Oriental Orthodox Tradition) visited the Parumala Seminary and met His Holiness Baselious Marthoma Paulose II (Catholicos on the Apostolic Throne of St.Thomas and Metropolitan of Malankara) and His Grace Yuhanon Mar Chrysostomos – Metropolitan of Niranam.

Earlier last week, the OCP Secretariat send an official request to Catholicos Baselios Paulose II and the Holy Episcopal Synod of the Indian Orthodox Church to begin Extensive Cooperation and dialogue with the Church of Thozhiyoor. Read the letter below:

Letter to HH and Holy Synod-page-001

Letter to HH and Holy Synod-page-002

Letter to HH and Holy Synod-page-003

Source:
OCP News Service

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